This event provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about openEHR and broaden their understanding of this technology which is being used across the UK.
Over the past few years, openEHR based solutions within a multivendor environment have proven to be a successful approach to managing electronic healthcare records at any scale. The technology is based upon an open and agile architecture, supporting multiple electronic health records (EHR) use cases with validated clinical models. These are stored in a vendor-neutral repository and underpin the principles of commoditising healthcare data management and maximising data fluidity.
This event is hosted in association with the Apperta Foundation.
Who should attend?
Why should you attend?
You will hear from a range of voices in the clinical data and interoperability space who will highlight ideas, opportunities and use cases to improve the current state of healthcare. They will present their experience of openEHR, providing a broad introduction to openEHR for novices, along with guests talking about their experience with its implementation, the scale of opportunity, and vision for its capabilities to maximise the sharing and re-use of data in healthcare.
- Gary Bullock, Director, NHS Wales Informatics Service
- Mike Jones, Gartner
- Ian McNicoll, openEHR International: What is openEHR?
- Alastair Allen, Chief Technical Officer, Kainos
- Thomas Beale, Principal Ars Semantica, openEHR International
- Paul Millar, GP, Clinical Lead, NES Digital Service: Modelling the ReSPECT form & The Scottish National Digital Platform
- David Jobling, Apperta: the Apperta eObs project
- John Meredith, Architect – NHS Wales Informatics Service
- Stuart Hill - Deputy Chief Information Officer, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust